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Chevy unveils Corvette Z06 pace car

Chevy unveils Corvette Z06 pace car

The new Corvette Z06 pace car which has been used this weekend at the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit has been officially unveiled by the North American based automaker. Chevrolet has officially pulled the wraps off the new Corvette Z06 pace car. The model in question has been driven by Mark […]

Buick Avenir might be heading to production

Buick Avenir might be heading to production

The Buick Avenir Concept might have a pretty good chance of getting a production version. Buick is currently considering the addition of an Avenir production model and this will be taking things to a whole new level for the North American brand, as it might steal some of the sales […]

Cadillac CT6 might get a V-Series version

Cadillac CT6 might get a V-Series version

The North American based automaker Cadillac is believed to offer a V-Series version of the recently unveiled CT6 flagship sedan. The officials within Cadillac are mostly pretty quiet about their upcoming products but it seems that a hotter version of the recently unveiled Cadillac CT6 is believed to get a […]

Chevy plans new-gen Corvette

Chevy plans new-gen Corvette

Chevrolet is currently planning to introduce a new generation of the Corvette as the model in question will be making its way onto the market over the following years. The new generation of the Chevrolet Corvette hasn’t been around for that much but that isn’t stopping General Motors into starting […]

GM considered Mark Reuss for CEO in 2010

GM considered Mark Reuss for CEO in 2010

GM’s North American president, Mark Reuss, was considered for the top job at the U.S. carmaker in 2010 when the board chose Dan Akerson. According to an excerpt from a forthcoming book by GM’s former CEO, Ed Whitacre, Reuss’ lack of experience led the board to the current chief executive, […]

GM insists Volt is safe, offers loaner vehicles to nervous customers

GM insists Volt is safe, offers loaner vehicles to nervous customers

In the aftermath of NHTSA’s experience with the Chevrolet Volt, which caught fire after completing crash-tests, General Motors wants to reassure customers that its environmentally-friendly car is safe. Last week, the government opened a formal investigation into the car following crash tests that led to two battery fires, each occurring […]